Our expertise includes: Renewable energy for power generation (wind, energy storage, biomass, solar photovoltaic and hydropower). Water supply and treatment. Urban drainage. Energy cost optimization and portfolio planning. Resource recovery, including nutrient and energy recovery and water reuse. Footprinting (energy, water, materials, carbon, greenhouse gas, other emissions) and lifecycle analysis. Rate modeling, funding and economic analyses. Habitat health and diversity. LEED incentives. Our full service approach brings engineers, consultants, policy experts, construction managers and execution resources together to create a tailor-made solution. From independent engineering through owner’s engineer and into full EPC, Black & Veatch is a turnkey sustainability partner. Taking the “waste” out of wastewater Read more about sustainable water projects. Black & Veatch integrated a complex new asset into an existing major wastewater treatment plant at Davyhulme to maximize the use of biosolids for agricultural purposes and produce renewable energy. 0 Related Insights New Advances in Zero Emissions Vehicles Offer Promise for Work Fleets There’s no doubt that alternative fuel vehicles hold great potential to disrupt the transportation sector. But where does the commercial and industrial sector stand with adoption today? Commercial, industrial manufacturers press for sustainability, rethink energy options The changing energy landscape is prodding businesses to rethink how they use and manage electricity. Sustainability and Automation: Two Megatrends Reshaping the Commercial & Industrial Space After a significant focus on investments in labor productivity, forward-looking data from the 2019 Strategic Directions: Commercial & Industrial Report reflects a projected shift in sustainability investments towards IT, data and communications infrastructure. Predictive Maintenance Offers Promise in Asset Management When it comes to understanding how water utilities approach asset maintenance, survey data shows that, on average, they tend to weight their efforts more heavily toward preventive maintenance. Let’s Embrace Distributed Infrastructure to Decrease Power Outages For outages caused by a loss of power, data center operators now have an opportunity to reverse the trend, and more importantly associated declines in revenue and brand power. Collaborate with our Utility Sustainability team. Complete a short form to request more information and a specialist will contact you.